We’ve seen data breaches happening left and right lately, and someone should tell Silicon Valley that getting hacked isn’t a competition.
In a blog post the company announced that it discovered the breach on Friday. Here is the information that was compromised.
Bloomberg‘s Ben Elgin has been asking companies for further comments.
The Saudi regime is known for attacking Saudi dissidents, and iPhone spyware could have helped them do so with the help of NSO Group.
MacOS gives you the option to Allow or Deny a program’s access to certain features. But what if malware clicked the Allow button itself?
He says that Apple works to patch iOS bugs, but doesn’t work to fix the underlying issues that contribute to these bugs
In an email they sent to me, they shared that some of the hacking tools are very cheap, going for US$2 or less each.
Cisco’s Talos Intelligence Group discovered the MDM hack.
But Motherboard reports that Grayshift is confident that its device is future-proof.
It all started when Becca Wilcox stopped at a convenience store in San Angelo on her journey.
The ability to unlock any iPhone model is significant, and the cost of unlocking an iPhone can be pretty cheap.
The facial data is put through a neural network trained to map facial data to emotions.
Authorities searched through the Health app and were able to find activity data that correlate to the murder.
The team didn’t show the Face ID enrollment process, or how long it took to unlock the iPhone X with the mask at the last test. But with this latest proof-of-concept, they’ve answered these questions.
The Secure Enclave is isolated from the rest of the system. It’s like having a house where the windows are blacked out. The decryption means that now we can look through the windows, but we still can’t get in.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on developers in China complaining about Apple’s business practices, plus they discuss the ramifications of computer hacks embedded in DNA.
iOS is such a secure operating system that Apple may be doing more harm than good with its bug bounty program.
Modzero, a security firm in Switzerland, has discovered a Conexant keylogger pre-installed on certain laptop models. It’s an audio driver located in the Windows system folder. This driver automatically loads every time a user logs in. Andrew Orr shares which HP models are affected.
Today the Air Force announced a program for sharing vulnerabilities that it will launch next month. The Air Force bug bounty program will let hackers comb several public Air Force websites for software vulnerabilities. Cash prizes are available for discovered bugs, and this new program also does something new that others of its kind don’t. Andrew Orr reveals all.
Yesterday was the annual Pwn2Own hacking contest, and also marks the contest’s 10th anniversary. Hackers compete in challenges to find security holes in popular software and mobile devices. This year, two Safari zero days were found by the white-hat hackers.